Castle House Boutique Hotel Gaziantep
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After leaving the motel E. At the base of M t Nemrut a little later than we should have probably....Thomas braved the wheel once again. We were off to gaziantep! This is basically south meditterarean and a little west heading towards the Mediterranean...Thomas is coughing more and more each day. It appears to me that he is entering into a full blown Bronchitis attack. It sounds deep and congested when he coughs. He doesn't appear concerned. ...
... have to walk part of the way due to major road ‘destruction’ underway. Then we walk on to the large, covered market place for even more photo ops. It’s a lot of fun seeing locals not just tourists.
That night we’re bussed up the road from our hotel to the Yorem Restaurant- filled with just us in a long table. We get to witness the preparation of one dish, but it is definitely a ‘brief’ lesson. The meal consists ...
... our bus and were a bit behind. we managed to find a small gym in a ****** overpriced hotel where we had an extremely ****** workout and ran away without paying as the place was a ******* dump.
We finally arrived in Gaziantep and managed to jump on a local bus to take us into town. the reason you have never heard of Gaziantep is because it is one of the ugliest, shittest cities in existence. Its the birthplace of misery and ...
Airport scene, lots more rude, dismissive people so yep, let’s get on our planes. Tears of desperation as I said goodbye to Deb who left shortly before I did and then it was my turn. Sitting at my gate surrounded by Asians, I felt the tension ease and the casual and smiley interactions between people lift any lingering doubts of my new ventures to Indonesia. My decision to teach in Asia over the Middle East was confirmed. I ...
... creator himself as we agonised over our choices). Gaziantep is supposed to have the best fistikli (pistachio) baklava in Turkey, and hence the world.
Excellent dinner served with flair. Then we shared some Cagdas creations...tiny exquisite parcels of heaven! The perfect way to end a good day.
Gaziantep is a fast-paced, modern, epicurean city that thumbs its nose at Urfa's piety. It has a buzzing cafe culture & lots of panache. A ...
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